Those motors are only 4 hp each. I think you need a bit more juice to fly a Cri-Cri than 8 hp. The original's engines totaled 30 hp. Which means you need two 12 Kw motors. You need to then figure out where to put the batteries such that if they catch fire you won't turn into a roman candle.
And once you have the motors and controllers and batteries and the fireproof battery enclosures all installed with the same all-up weight as the original, you'll find out your endurance is only about 1/3rd of the gas version. At this stage, electric power is really only practical for motor gliders unless you can live with the very short range